A Scottish Parliament Committee has criticised the implementation of the 2015 Community Empowerment (Scotland) Act
An inquiry into the resilience of the Scottish Parliament’s practices and procedures has today recommended a number of changes to ensure the Scottish Parliament can face future challenges.
It is highly likely that Covid 19 has exacerbated existing structural inequalities in Scotland, according to the Finance and Constitution Committee’s budget report published today.
A panel of the public convened by the Scottish Parliament’s Covid-19 Committee has today reported its findings to MSPs.
A radical revision of primary care is essential to ensure the next generation of citizens receive the care they need, according to the Scottish Parliament’s Health and Sport Committee.
Holyrood needs to define more clearly its scrutiny role in response to Brexit, according to a new report published today.
A Health and Sport Committee report into the future of social care has said those delivering and receiving care must be at the heart of social care reform with the current model described as unsustainable.
MSPs investigating the circumstances leading to the administration of Burntisland Fabrications Limited (BiFab) have expressed their concern over the “lack of transparency”...
The Scottish Parliament’s Justice Committee has backed the underlying intentions behind the Scottish Government’s new Domestic Abuse Bill, but warned that serious practical concerns raised during the course of its scrutiny need to be addressed.
Proposals which would mark the first step in allowing St. Andrews University to grant medical and dentistry degrees for the first time in 50 years have been endorsed by a Scottish Parliament Committee.